Just in case you haven’t seen it already: the Sarah Palin baby name generator! Throw up your results — I’m Chase Rooster Palin.
Stumbled across today (yes, I know it’s someone’s blog post from August, it’s still new to me): images pulled from 1986 International Male catalogues. Terrifying, isn’t it? Follow the links — if you dare! Summer 1986 | Holiday 1986 (And in the interest of integrity, I’ll admit that yes, I did have shirts in this […]
This weekend must be festival central for events in Toronto — there’s more going on than I’ve noticed at any other time during the summer, sometimes with odd results. We were out enjoying the weather this afternoon/evening when we passed from the family-oriented mayhem of Buskerfest… through a current of baseball fans lingering after today […]
Just spotted on SFScope.com — Audible.com has added exclusive audio edition of the Fritz Leiber’s Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser books (with introductions by Neil Gaiman). I squealed when I read it. A very butch manly squeal, of course, but still undeniably a squeal. I’ve developed a slight addiction to audio books and I already […]
Those of you familiar with the Eberron line (the setting for my Dragon Below and Legacy of Dhakaan trilogies) will also be familiar with Sharn, the fantastic city of mile-high skyscrapers. Check out this project announced for Dubai. Doesn’t this sound like something from Sharn? BBC NEWS | Middle East | Dubai plans ‘moving’ skyscraper
I’m nearly finished reading The Man from the Diogenes Club , an anthology of stories by Kim Newman. It’s good. Really, really good. I started it a while back and didn’t get into it but I picked it up from the bedside table again recently and have just been racing through. I’ve just read “The […]
Check out Think Geek — possibly the most astounding collection of cool/useless/WTF? gadgets I’ve seen in quite some time. I’m especially intrigued by the wi-fi status display t-shirt.